My dears, my dears!
Been a while again eh?
Oh! HAPPY NEW YEAR! (a bit late, but you’ll forgive me, right?) I hope your celebrations were as memorable as mine (I was in Madrid, partying hard!)
Last chapter (so far) in my travels.
I had such a blast seeing so many places, meeting new people, and experiencing so much. I am so thankful I got to do all of these things and I just can’t wait to do more in the future.
The thrill of traveling is so addictive and I feel like I’m going to have trouble staying in one place after this.
Anyway, now time for more pictures and on to the next adventure!
See you next time, my dear Blogosphere!
So in the middle of my stay in Budapest, I hopped on a train and two hours later, I was in Vienna!
I only there for a couple hours really but I did so much that day, I impressed myself, frankly. I followed the Big Boy Travel itinerary of Vienna’s Old Town and stopped whenever I wanted to see something more in depth, like the Sissi Museum and the Imperial Apartment.
So anyway, I got more pictures to share but I hope you guys are liking these Adventure series!
Can you say #FOODPORN ?
Bellow are the highlights of all the delicious food I got to eat while traveling. I got to try some amazing restaurants there, including an Asian Fusion restaurant on the 27th floor of Prague’s City Tower. that view was absolutely gorgeous, too bad it was too cold to eat outside. We also ate this Czech pastry made of rolled dough that’s wrapped around a stick, grilled, topped with sugar, and often filled with lovely chocolate.
From Prague, take a night train to Budapest and from there, just fall in love.
This is such an incredible city! I completely loved the time I spend there. At first, I thought that the five nights I was going to spend there were going to be too much but while I made time to take a day trip, I was sad to leave such an incredible city.
Late in October, I got to go visit Prague with my cousins. We go to see so many beautiful sights, eat some good food, and have such a awesome time. We did a Segway tour around the city and it got to see so much in a pretty short amount of time. The cousins had a week off from school and I’m so glad I got to do this with them. I really love traveling and being able to see so much and meet new people.
Last little bit from my time in Berlin. The hostel I stayed at was really close to the East Side Gallery, which is the painted section of the Berlin Wall dedicated as an International Memorial for Freedom. There are over 100 paintings on the wall and walking along to see such an amazing display of artworks made you feel like you were part of something.
First thing I did in Berlin was register for the same free walking tour of the city I did in Amsterdam. It was really nice to see all the city that way, walking around and getting your bearings and made it easy to make a list of all we wanted to do while in the area. (By we I mean me and the two girls I met on the tour. We were staying in the same hostel so we decided to stick together)
Let’s talk ART people!
Amsterdam has a lot of amazing museums and important artistic culture. I was lucky to be able to spend so many hours exploring the halls of so many of the museums, yet after three days, I still felt like I had barely scratched the surface.